Published: Wed, December 04, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Ex-FBI Agent Lisa Page Says Trump's Tweets Were 'Sickening'

Ex-FBI Agent Lisa Page Says Trump's Tweets Were 'Sickening'

Page had an extra marital affair with disgraced Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok, with whom she sent text messages to during the investigating of Trump.

Internet page's comments come sooner than the Department of Justice Inspector Celebrated's report on FBI surveillance at some level of its early investigation into Russian Federation 2016 election interference that is due on December 9. "He's very bad. God, Hillary should win", another text from Page to Strzok read.

All that said though, if you are willing to declare Trump wasn't faking an orgasm there, it means you'd have to then say you have a different version of what an orgasm really looks like to the president. Not once does Page attempt to explain why she had exchanged highly partisan text messages with Strzok while investigations into two presidential candidates were ongoing.

That was the moment Page decided she had to speak up. "I love you so much!" apparently mimicking an orgasm, although Fox News disputed this was Trump's intention.

What public relations' firm told her to play that card?

"I had stayed quiet for years hoping it would fade away, but instead it got worse", Page said. "It had been so arduous no longer to defend myself, to let of us that abominate me attend an eye on the story".

She said Trump's public ridicule of her, including on Twitter, made her wary about being spotted in public.

"It's be pleased being punched within the gut", Internet page rapid the Day to day Beast, referencing Trump's broadsides. "My coronary heart drops to my abdomen as soon as I realize he has tweeted about me again", she said. The president of the United States is asking me names to the final world. He's demeaning me and my profession. To try to further destroy my life. "It never goes away or stops, even when he's not publicly attacking me", she despaired.

Meanwhile, Horowitz's report has been leaked to several outlets, including The Washington Post.

Even when Page is exonerated of wrongdoing by the Justice Department inspector general report on charges by Trump that the Federal Bureau of Investigation spied on him during his 2016 campaign (the report is set to be released December 9, but leaked press accounts already indicate there was no wrongdoing), it's still too little too late.

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Page described to the Daily Beast what it was like to be the focus of the president's vitriol, and saying that "there's no fathomable way that I have committed any crime at all".

The former FBI lawyer is, at the very least, someone whose unprofessional behavior compromised the integrity of an investigation into the president.

What she was anxious about at the time, however, was that an official investigation into her texts would reveal a "deeply personal secret": her affair with Strzok.

In their text messages, Page and Strzok expressed animus toward Trump, spoke of stopping him from becoming president, discussed an "insurance policy" in the "unlikely event" he won the presidency and mulled "impeachment" after the appointment of special counsel Mueller.

On Nov. 13, 2016, Page told Strzok: "I bought all the president's men".

Page says the texts that were released were "cherry-picked" and "selected for their political impact", adding that she wasn't given the chance to put them in context.

Trump and Republicans have seized on the texts as evidence of political bias.

I wouldn't even call it PTSD because it's not over.

"And, by the way, if you want real obstruction, that would be the bleach bit that deleted subpoenaed emails, et cetera". "And it's crushing to see the noble Justice Department - my Justice Department, the place I grew up in - feel like it's abandoned its principles of truth and independence". "It's the lifeblood. So it's particularly devastating to be betrayed by an organization I still care about so deeply".

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